19.457 "Digital Scholarship, Digital Culture" & the latest from ISR

From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 07:08:20 +0000

               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 19, No. 457.
       Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                     Submit to: humanist_at_princeton.edu

         Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 07:02:41 +0000
         From: IngentaConnect InTouch <intouch_at_ingentaconnect.com>
         Subject: Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 30.2 and 30.4

Two publication announcements from Interdisciplinary Science Reviews.

(1) The special issue entitled "Digital scholarship, Digital Culture"
(30.2, June 2005) is now available freely online at
http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/maney/isr. This issue contains
the lectures from the series by that name, held at King's College
London, during the 2003-4 academic year.

Stanley N Katz, "Why scholarship matters: the humanities in the
twenty-first century"

Michael S Mahoney, "The histories of computing(s)"

Gordon Graham, "Strange bedfellows? Information systems and the
concept of a library"

Yorick Wilks, "Artificial companions"

Ian Hacking, "The Cartesian vision fulfilled: analogue bodies and
digital minds"

Timothy Murray, "Curatorial in-securities: new media art and
rhizomatic instability"

Jerome McGann, "Culture and technology: the way we live now, what is
to be done?"

(2) The latest issue, ISR 30.4, has just been published. See the
above URL for abstracts of these articles:

ISR Editorial
Cattermole, Howard
pp. 289-290(2)

Various twine
Riordan, Maurice
pp. 291-295(5)

'Curates and bishops': on poetry residencies, radio science and first things
Petrucci, Mario
pp. 296-300(5)

'Cold media': the poetry of science and the science of poetry
Leeder, Karen
pp. 301-311(11)

Flame far too hot: William Empson's non-Euclidean predicament
Price, Katy
pp. 312-322(11)

Fractal poetics: adaptation and complexity
Fulton, Alice
pp. 323-330(8)

Fact and artefact: poetry, science, and a few thoughts on Ian McEwan's Saturday
Rees-Jones, Deryn
pp. 331-340(10)

Emotions and cognitions
Laszlo, Pierre
pp. 341-348(8)

Little Hans Christian and great Hans Christian: the poet and the scientist
Grum-Schwensen, Ane
pp. 349-355(7)

Humphry Davy, the poet
Knight, David
pp. 356-372(17)

Book reviews
pp. 373-379(7)

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